GANA's BEC Conference Reaches Maximum Capacity

Since its inception in 1998 the Glass Association of North America's (GANA) Building Envelope Contractors (BEC) Conference has increased in attendance size each year. This year the group placed a 400-person attendance limit on the event and has reached that capacity.

"For the first time in the history of the BEC Conference, we have had to establish a waiting list for potential conference attendees. Due to the limitations of the meeting room space, only 400 attendees will be allowed. We are still accepting registrations, but those individuals will be placed on a numerical waiting list," said Ashley Charest, GANA account executive.

The BEC Conference draws glazing contractors and industry suppliers and provides a diverse program designed to provide education and information on the latest industry changes, trends and news. Some of this year's topics include the LEED points system, energy efficiency, silicone structural glazing and many more.

For the second time, Steven S. Little will be the conference's keynote speaker. His presentation is titled "Finding and Keeping the Best and the Brightest: The Most Important Rule for Sustained Business Growth." He first spoke at the BEC Conference in 2004, and was also the Glass Week keynote speaker in 2005.

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